• We send donors tax-deductible receipts
• We file IRS form 8282
• We handle and hold the crypto wallet
• You receive a cash grant from Every.org
Highlight to your community that you now accept crypto donations through Every.org with our media kit, which includes a press release template, donor email template, and social media templates.
Every.org is the official 501(c)(3) recipient of the cryptocurrency donation, and your organization receives cash. If you have a clause in your Gift Acceptance Policy that already covers donations from other 501(c)(3)s such as Donor Advised Funds (DAF), you may not need to modify anything.
“If we had our own wallet, our operations team would have to receive the crypto and liquidate it. That might take time, and it’s complicated tax-wise if the initial crypto appreciates in value. So for Every.org to do it automatically is a huge benefit.”
US Head of Development
“Every.org has made it easy for us, at a time when we really needed a solution, to receive cryptocurrency and continue to have a great interface for our crypto donors to give and support our mission.”
Director of Development
“Every.org is a nonprofit that helps other nonprofits accept cryptocurrency with ease. They have been very helpful to us with our NFT project explained below.”
US Head of Development
“For nonprofit organizations big and small, Every.org is your one-stop platform for all your fundraising needs! Entering the growing but unregulated and decentralized cryptocurrency world can be intimidating and hard to understand.”
Director of Operations
“We had been looking for easier and cheaper ways to accept crypto donations for a while. I was really impressed when I came across every.org. They made it really easy and free for us to receive crypto donations. We have also found crypto donations to be multiples bigger than cash donations.”
We currently accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, USD Coin and more through an integrated experience on the site with automatic conversion to USD for a flat 1% fee through multiple exchanges.
If you'd like to donate more than $5000 USD with a different coin, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to request a wallet address to send the donation to. We can trade on the following exchanges, which generally have fees of 0.5% or less.
Coinbase - Fees - Supported Assets
Uniswap - Fees - Supported Assets
Bittrex - Fees - Supported Assets
Circle - Fees - Supported Assets
Yes! Our cryptocurrency processors are compliant with BSA and other laws and is SOC 1 and SOC 2 compliant.
Additionally, for donations exceeding $50k or those which have a high risk profile (such as based on IP address), we check the donor against sanctions information from OFAC, BIS, UN Security Council, and EU including:
• OFAC Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons list
• OFAC Consolidated Non SDN Sanctions
• BIS Denied Persons List (DPL)
• United Nations Security Council Consolidated List
We also verify that the digital wallet address is not a known address of a sanctioned individual.
We convert donated cryptocurrency to USD and disburse the donations in accordance with our standard disbursement schedule. If you haven't already, you can connect your bank account to Every.org to receive disbursements more frequently and eliminate fees charged by our disbursements partner.
See our article How do I receive Disbursements for an introduction to receiving disbursements from Every.org.
Every.org accepts donations from proceeds of an NFT (Non Fungible Tokens) sale for supporting a nonprofit, though we do not accept direct donations of NFT.
We provide support for receiving, selling, and disbursing the proceeds of an NFT sale for a nonprofit. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information and to get set up for this type of support. If you can, please provide the cryptocurrency and expected volume.